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1969 Coronado 25

5 October, 2011 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

This 1969 Coronado sloop sailboat is in good shape comfortable and easy to sail, a go anywhere outfit. She has sailed Superior and Rainy Lake independent of any marina. Take her home at the end of the season. Carina has four good sails; Main, storm jib, genoa, and spinacur. The trailer easily launches and loads the boat in about ten minutes. There is always a lot of power. A solar cell in the quarter birth window and the 9.9 4 stroke Yamaha motor also charge the battery. There is lots of storage, 20 gallon water tank under a good sized vee-birth, 5 gallon port a pottie across from closet. You can fill two ten gallons gas tanks under a hood with the motor. You can hardly hear run. The table turns into a comfortable bed. There is a counter, sink, and ice box. Motor also charges battery. 15 foot chain and 300 foot Rode on a dansforth anchor stored in the pulpit.

Equipment on Board:

Included in the equipment is a sturdy trailer with good tires, sails in sail bags, gloves,swim ladder, flashlights, cushions, propane stove, wood, screen, and glass doors, depth sounder, compass, speedometer, life cushions, solar panel, battery, tools, parts

Coronado 25
Coronado 25
Coronado 25
Coronado 25
Coronado 25
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